A new 3D printed microscope could provide a low cost way to test for waterborne diseases.
New chemicals on bed nets could beat resistance in malaria carrying mosquitoes.
Could DNA quadruple helices be causing abnormal cell growth in cancer?
Kat busts the myth that mental illness is due to a chemical imbalance.
If you agree to donate your organs does that definitely mean they'll be used?
New research from The University of Sheffield shows how we all have our own biological Pacmen.
Early trials of aducanumab show the drug destroying amyloid but there are other drugs that have reached this stage and...
Could we stop the clumping of plaques and tangles in the first place?
Although all this research sounds promising, drug development takes time. So what can we do about it now?
Remember the ice bucket challenge? What did the money we
raised go to?
There's not one species of giraffe, but four!
What is that beating sound inside your head when you have a
A single-dose treatment has cured malaria in mice.
Will the new ban on microbeads make a difference?
Is it nature or nuture that determines our grades?
When it comes to exams, who decides what needs to be tested
And finally it’s time for our Gene of the Month, and this time it’s Deadpan.
The Roslin Institute’s Lissa Heron is working with genetically modified
chickens, meaning that their eggs can produce...
Angelika Schnieke's research on pigs is helping to change our
understanding of human diseases and provide future...
Shinya Yamanaka, who won a Nobel prize for his discovery that just four
molecules could convert any type of adult...
Sir Ian Wilmut led the team responsible for the creation of Dolly and
explains the history of the research leading to...
Researchers can benefit from making their research findings freely available online...
Travel motivates chimpanzees to use tools...
Birds tune their light sensitive cells to maximise the number of colours they see...